(The sound of screeching tires in the coolist chase scene in movie history)
–Am I helping you, sir?
–I never had it so good.
–Chalmers is downstairs with another man. They want to come up.
–Chalmers, at one o’clock a.m.? Don’t let them in. I’ll be there in five minutes.
–Doctor, a relative of mine, he’s here with a gunshot wound. Could you please tell where I can find him?
–Why don’t you try at the reception desk?
–There’s no one there, Doctor.
–He could be on the seond floor, in the emergency room.
–Fire escape and the freeway. Bad news, right?
–Right. Want me to stay?
–No. Go home to your wife.
–I think our man is in the building. And he was tipped where to find Ross. You take the ground floor, okay?
–I thought that money didn’t matter to artists.
–It costs money to have a soul.
–Is this the new fountain?
–Fountain? All the client can afford is a leaky toilet.
–Lieutenant, Miss Simmons’ luggage has just arrived from the airport.
–Miss Dorothy Simmons. Thunderbolt Hotel. San Mateo.
–Ross called her person-to-person from a phone in Union Square,
approximately nine hours before he was killed.
–Miss Simmons doesn’t answer.
–What’s her room number?
–I’m sorry, we’re not allowed to give…Oh…Front..Take this gentleman to Room 114, please.
–No passports, no tickets.
–Call Immigration in Chicago. Have them wire Rennick’s passport application. I’ll get a fingerprint check on Ross.
–Stanton, I know you’re hurting, but I got to know now. The two men – Do you remember anything?
–Caucasian…The one who fired, about 5’10’. White hair. Gun, Winchester pump. All I remember. Came in fast…Frank, chain was off. He unlocked the door.
–Who unlocked it?
–Ross. Like he was expecting someone.
–The guy who hit you, how old was he?
–What was his hair like?
–Gray. Getting bald. Bald on both sides.
–Think back to the time the two of them first came in and you saw them. Anything you can remember?
–Like I said, they hit me before I got a chance to look at them. I don’t remember nothing about them. Nothing.
–I can’t. And that’s the honest truth.
–This is Pete. We lost him.
–He’s your brother, Ross. If you can’t find him, we have people who can.
–What do you know about Ross?
–Chicago. It could be very big. He had access to all the records. He ran the wire services with his brother, Pete.
-According to my sources, the Organization, the Chicago branch caught
Johnny Ross with his hand in the till. They estimate he suphoned off
about two million bucks operating their wire service. The story is they tried to get rid of him. Friday night. Chicago.
-He got away unharmed. They believe he’s hiding here in town.
-How old is this information, Eddy?
-Four hours. They’re looking for him all over town, Frank. They staked-out the docks. The airport. To keep him from leaving the
-Albert Edward Renick. Used car salesman. Chicago.
-He was the man that was shot at the Hotel Daniel. You sent us to guard the wrong man, Mr. Chalmers
-Does Chalmers run this case or do I?
-All I’m interested in is results. Do what you think is best.
-Excuse me. Do you have a message for Mister Ross?
-What room, sir?
-Oh, I’m not a guest.
-He let the killers in himself. Well, uh, why would he do a thing like that?
-I’m waiting to ask him.
-What about the setup? What do you think about that?
-Shotgun and a backup man. Professionals.
-Eddy. Dues time. I need some information on a Johnny Ross. Chicago.
-Give me a half an hour. Meet you at Enrico’s.
-His first stop was the Mark.
-Pull over there and wait.
-Holly, call anesthesia and bring the crash cart!
-Doctor, there’s a cardiac arrest in the ICU!
-I demand that signed statement. Now!
-I need your help.
-What is it?
-I want this kept open. If Chalmers finds out that Ross died, he’s
going to fold this up. And I want the man who killed him.
-Need a car.
-Sorry, Lieutenant. There no cars left.
-The Organization. Several murders. It could do both of us a great deal of good.
-Look, Chalmers. Let’s understand each other. I don’t like you.
-Then you saw how he arrived?
-Yes, sir. In a cab.
A senatorial hearing has a way of catapulting everyone involved into
the public eye with a subsequent effect on one’s career. It’ll be a
pleasure to have you along.
All right…Get back! Get back?
Call the Coroner’s Office. Tell them to put Ross under a John Doe. I want a private ambulance, unmarked, and I want it quiet.
City morgue. Let’s go.
Come on now. Don’t be naive, Lieutenant. We both know how careers are made. Integrity is something you sell the public.
Del? Coffee Cantata. 931-0770.
Do you have a Renick, an Al E. Renick, Flight 124 to London?
Frank, the chain was off!
Frank, we must all compromise.
Get the hell out here now
He used alotta change.
He’s still my witness. I’ll be delighted to let you have him after he testifies tomorrow.
Hotel Daniels, 226 Embarcadero Road. State’s evidence witness, and we’re baby-sitting. Let’s go.
I do not choose to have people accuse me of false promises for the sake of cheap sensationalism or to be compromised by your lieutenant.
I lost my place.
I lost my place…Nobody’s perfect.
I thought I knew you, but I’m not so sure any more. Do you let anything reach you, I mean really reach you? Or are you so used to it by now that nothing really touches you? You’re living in a sewer, Frank, day after day.
I thought I knew you. But I’m not so sure anymore…Do you let
anything reach you? I mean, really reach you?
I’m certain he grabbed my witness for his personal aggrandizement.
In Orinda, we have all this beautiful sunshine. Absolutely perfert for roses. I do my own work. You should see my hands for pruning.
It costs money to have a soul.
It was truly unintentional, I assure you. It wasn’t that I was so well-informed; it was just that I was so ill-informed.
Ladies and gentlemen, we have just been instructed to return to the gate. For your safety, please remain seated until the aircraft has come to a complete stop. We anticipate only a short delay.
Lieutenant, don’t try to evade the responsibility. In your parlance,
you blew it.
Lieutenant, don’t try to evade the responsibility. In your parlance, you blew it. You knew the significance of his testimony, yet you failed to take adequate measures to protect him. So, to you, it was a job, no more. Were it more, had you the dedication I was led to believe…
Lieutenant, I shall personally officiate at your public crucifixion if Ross doesn’t recover during the course of the hearings. So I can at least present his deposition, and I assure you, I shall not suffer the consequence of your incompetence, and even if there wasn’t any, I’m rather certain I can prove negligence on your part.
Now he can’t produce the big surprise he promised everyone. He may try to make up some mileage by laying it on us. Play it by the book from now on.
Now wait…Now look…He told me…
Now, listen to me, Lieutenant.
One thing about the guy who hit me, he had a square face.
Sell whatever you want but don’t sell it here tonight.
Stay away from those windows, that’s why.
Sunshine Cab 6912.
SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL POLICE.
There are multiple gunshot wounds on the left side of the face, the left side of the neck, and about the left upper thorax.
There might be another attempt on his life. I’ll be back in the morning. With my people.
They tried to nail me with a winchester pump
This is Sunday. I’m going to hold that writ until we come to work Monday morning.
Time Starts Now,I Dont want your head on a block Does charmers run
this case or do I
Time starts now.
Well, now, can you grow roses easily in Sausalito?
Well, Ross took close to two million dollars from the Organization.
And he set Renick up to get the heat off of him…And he killed Renick’s wife to shut her up.
Why don’t you just relax, have your orange juice, and shut up, Delgetti?
With you, living with violence is a way of life, living with violence and death.
Yes, I’m sure it was him. Sunshine Cab 6912.
You are sick. Smuggling a dead man out of a hospital.
You believe what you want. You work your side of the street and I’ll work mine.
You work your side of the street, and I’ll work mine
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